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Old 01-02-2014, 07:41 PM   #3235
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Old 01-02-2014, 08:21 PM   #3236
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Ah' com'on guys...what the heck are "zipper slits"?

I did a iRV2 search and only got one result...this post in this thread(?)

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I don't eat French fries or buy Michelin tires, hence no zipper slits!
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Old 01-02-2014, 08:41 PM   #3237
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Ah' com'on guys...what the heck are "zipper slits"?

I did a iRV2 search and only got one result...this post in this thread(?)

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Michelin had all the rest deleted. Try it without the S or on another forum.
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Old 01-02-2014, 10:01 PM   #3238
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Michelin had all the rest deleted. Try it without the S or on another forum.
Thanks, that worked...

...My sympathy for the early demise of some tires...and, it seems to also describe the sidewall of a certain 5th Wheel

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Happened to my enclosed trailer tires too.
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Old 01-03-2014, 04:29 PM   #3242
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Today I installed the new over the stove microwave/convection oven we bought on sale at Home Depot. It was a newer model of the one we had that went toes up. Rather than spent a gob of money on a 8/9 year old unit, I just went with new. Next, I have to go back to HD to get a new receptacle...one leg was slightly burned(still tested good) but I didn't like the looks of that. Fairly easy install.
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Mounted a hidden tv dvd for kids going down the road
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Mounted a hidden tv dvd for kids going down the road
Great place for it! I'm still holding out as I still want the kids looking around as much as possible and experiencing the beauty but I know the boredom, fighting and whining will win out eventually! Lol
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Yeah that's good I'm going to limit them to just a couple movies I hope
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New 24' long heat tape for the hot/cold supply to the passenger side.

Been having cold temps here (in the 10's and near 0) for the last week. Hot and cold water to the passenger dose (shower and kitchen sink) have been freezing over night. No issues last year, but this year is being a pain.

Made it up to 35 today, with a big, cold snow storm due to hit this afternoon. Wild chills forecast to -35 (burrrrrrrrrr).

Spent about 4 hours getting it run.

The lines run along the basement floor, rear side of the fresh water tank, directly in front of the rear tires/axel. About an 10" x 10" space the full width on the Rv. Half that area to get the tape and hands into and no access along the way. Had to take the dump bay apart (wall) to get access to drivers side, where the water comes in. Wound the tape around one end of the pipes (PEX), pulled it across using rope and then pushed it down the length of the pipes using a piece of corner trim, pulling it snug as I went. Finished up by running up the pipes to the floor at the shower. Some new insulation to cover it and a hole to run the power cord to basement to a plug.

Rebuilt the dump bay wall and closed things up. We will see how it does.

On a lighter note, I sat my slinky hose/fittings on top of the tanks while the dump bay wall was apart. I left them on the tanks when I put the wall back together. I "think" I can get them out via the basement with a little finagling and a screw on a board. But that will be in the spring!
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